Hotel Milan International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Milan International Mumbai (Bombay)
Service is friendly. Free internet in rooms. Free pick up from hotel. Rooms clean and everything in working order. Only downside is quite close to airport so planes over head.
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It made no matter at all that we couldn’t understand the words. Just like the time I attended a Norway vs Russia vodka drinking competition during the Edinburgh Tattoo, the atmosphere became charged as soon as something funny happened and that, in itself, was an enjoyable experience. In fact the Indian language is dotted with English words and there were just enough phrases to let us know the gist of the story, although it might have helped if we ...
At 4am I woke to Matt being sick over the both of us. My turning tummy was only that and faded away during the night not equating to anything. Matt on the other hand... If I can recall the most embarrassing moment in my life, this was probably it! Most of the people around us woke from there slumber to the sound of Matt vomiting. The guy in front of us woke to a small amount in his hair. The next 6 hours were spent cleaning up the sick from around us and trying to make ...
... to go and see the high court (hoger gerechtsgebouw) well this was a harder task... Couldn't really find our way, but it was a nice walk and once again with the help of locals, we got there. On our walk there we passed some more bazaars and a cricket court where about 150 people were playing, was amazing to see! We also passed the Rajabai clock tower, the university of mumbai, taj mahal palace, ...
... nevertheless they are impressive. We start at the Eros Cinema, passing the Oval Maiden where many young men are playing cricket on patches of yellowing, threadbare grass. Behind them the High Court building and the Rajabai Clock Tower. Doubling back we pass various university buildings and Elphistone College before arriving at Regal Circle. By this time we are both dripping from the humidity so we duck into Cafe Royal for a blast of air con and ...
... by 'Holy men' who don't want money, just donations.
The Taj Palace Hotel
From the Gateway of India it is a short walk to The Taj Palace Hotel.
I looks much better on the web than in real life. The external facade of the building is now warn and dirty.
Like most city buildings (not only in India) it has fallen to the wear and tear of pollution and age and its exterior has not been kept up to its 'glory ...